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Arbitration – Enforceability – Unconscionability – Severability – Vehicle Financing & Identity Theft (access required)

An arbitrator must decide whether, when plaintiff financed a car at a dealership in 2011, the arbitration agreement she signed at that time requires her to arbitrate a dispute that arose in 2015 when she declined a dealership salesman’s pitch to buy another car and the salesman retaliated by placing plaintiff’s contact information on a ...

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